School Physics Notes: Thermal energy 5. DENSITY and particle models

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Thermal energy Part 5. DENSITY of materials and the particle model of matter - methods of measuring density - list of densities of common gas, liquid and solid materials, how does density vary with temperature?

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5.2 Measuring the density of an irregularly shaped solid object and calculations

5.6 Density & particle model - explaining relative densities of gases, liquids, solids

5.8 Thermal expansion and density - particle model descriptions

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